In the D`Alembert system for even money bets, your progression follows a simple sequence: 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5 – 6 – 7 – 8- etc etc
You always begin with a starting bet of 1 unit. If you lose, the bet is increased by 1 unit and if you win you move back down the sequence and reduce your bet.
The main problem with the standard D`Alembert is when you hit a bad run of luck: you are forced into a hole the higher the bets become, and it can be difficult to crawl back out of it. If the zero or double zero hits, you may find it impossible to get back into positive territory.
The Agressive D’Alembert System attempts to solve this in the following way:
instead of reducing your bet after a win, you keep it at at the same level until you hit a loss, at which point it goes up 1 unit again.
Of course, this has a downside. Bear in mind that your progression profile is going to be steeper, so in the case of a bad session where you hit a losing streak, you are going to be down more. But if you do move into a run of wins- you will claw back any losses quicker.
It’s important as always to set both a stop loss limit, and a profit target. The more riskier the system (which generally means the steeper the progression profile), the more important it is to stick to your limits. DON’T chase losses with this system and DON’T get greedy if you hit your profit. In both cases, walk away from the table.